September 2, 2010


Don't be deceived by Muslims' Taqyyia

Facebook 2 September 2010
By Dr. Thomas Ahmed
Many people make the mistake of trying to understand Islam by reading the Qur’an alone. Muslims succeeded in convincing large number of non-Muslims that Islam can be found only in the Qur’an.

Swedish elections open, systematic fraud reported

SverigeDemokraterna 1 September 2010
The early voting phase of the Swedish general elections on September 19th opened today, September 1st, and as was expected, incidents of election fraud are reported throughout Sweden. Below is the reaction from the nascent political party Sverigedemokraterna, the primary target of the fraud, who for the lack of official OSCE election observers urges the public to submit their own observations.

Sarrazin "Crossing the Red Line "

Gates of Vienna 1 September 2010
By Baron Bodissey
Thilo Sarrazin is a member of the board of the Bundesbank in Germany. For several years his outspoken opinions about immigrants have caused controversy — he has declared that Turks and Arabs are making Germany "dumber” because they have lower IQs and are more fecund than native Germans.

The hot water he found himself in as a result of all this has neared the boiling point in the last couple of weeks with the publication of his new book, Deutschland schafft sich ab — Wie wir unser Land aufs Spiel setzen ("Abolishing Germany — How we’re putting our country in jeopardy”). An interview with a cultural magazine prior to the book’s release brought the scalding water down on his head from both ends of the political spectrum.

German banker: I'm man of numbers, not anti-Semite

Ynetnews 1 September 2010
By Assaf Oni
Central bank executive Thilo Sarrazin spreads anti-Muslim messages on every stage, but only when he speaks against Jews does political establishment unite against him. His book launch met with

Tony Blair: I did not understand Islam at time of 9/11 attacks

Telegraph 1 September 2010
The September 11 attacks represented the declaration of war by a new type of enemy, Tony Blair says. He claims that he quickly realised the implications of the suicide bombers

Denmark charges Kurdish TV station with promoting terror

Hurriyet Daily News 1 September 2010
Danish prosecutors have charged a Kurdish-language television station with promoting activities of a group linked to terrorism, officials said Tuesday. Top Danish prosecutor Joergen Steen

Italy: Suspect in Turin acid attack arrested

Turin - Italian police have arrested a 23-year-old Moroccan man on suspicion of attacking a co-national with acid. The suspect in last Thursday's attack in Turin was seized on a

Profile: Hizb ut-Tahrir in the UK

Hudson Institute 1 September 2010
By Houriya Ahmed and Hannah Stuart
Hizb ut-Tahrir (HT), or the "Party of Liberation,” is a revolutionary Islamist party that is actively working in over forty countries worldwide to establish an expansionist state and, ultimately, a

Turks in Netherlands concerned over coalition including Wilders

TODAY’S ZAMAN 1 September 2010
A Turkish community in the Netherlands is increasingly concerned over the fact that extreme right-wing and anti-Islamic politician Geert Wilders, whose Party for Freedom (PVV) campaigns against

'Islamization' of Paris a Warning to the West

Christian Broadcasting Network 1 September 2010
By Dale Hurd
Friday in Paris. A hidden camera shows streets blocked by huge crowds of Muslim worshippers and enforced by a private security force. This is all illegal in France: the public worship, the blocked

Dutch coalition talks in crisis

Radio Netherlands 1 September 2010
The Christian Democrat parliamentary faction (CDA) is continuing talks today about the internal crisis sparked by the coalition negotiations. The talks were broken off on Tuesday evening after seven

Islamic community protest postponed again

B92 1 September 2010
BELGRADE -- Religious teachers of the Islamic Community in Serbia, led by Muamer Zukorlic, have once against canceled their protest. The rally was planned to take place in front of the government

Italian Outrage Over Gaddafi 'Convert-to-Islam' Party in Rome

Arutz Sheva 1 September 2010
By Chana Ya'ar
Italian politicians and media expressed outrage this week over a "convert-to-Islam" party held in Rome by Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, complaining that the religious tolerance he found near the

Bosnia and Herzegovina must reject Burqa ban

Amnesty International UK  1 September 2010
Amnesty International is urging the Parliament of Bosnia and Herzegovina to reject a draft law prohibiting wearing in public clothes which prevent identification set to be debated tomorrow. Amnesty

The Ground Zero Imam’s Troubling Texts

Front Page Magazine 1 September 2010
By Ilya Feoktistov
It’s now clear to most Americans that while Imam Feisal Rauf has the right to build his mosque wherever he desires, his decision to build it near Ground Zero is grossly insensitive, to say the least,

Light Court Sentences for Bulgaria's Notorious Muslim Brothers

Bulgaria's notorious ethnic Turk, Yuzeir Yuzeirov, (with the Bulgarian name of Rosen Yordanov) was sentenced Wednesday to one year probation by the District Court in the town of Popovo. Yuzeirov

Forgotten Islamist terror plot targeted Toronto

Toronto Star 1 September 2010
By John Goddard
Almost everybody has forgotten the first homegrown Islamic terrorist plot on Toronto. In 1991, five black Muslim followers of the Pakistani movement Jamaat Al Fuqra stood accused of conspiring to

Bulgaria Condemns Hamas' Deadly Attack against Israel

Bulgaria condemns the Tuesday terrorist attack near Hebron in which four Jewish settlers were killed, the Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Vesela Cherneva, stated. The attack happened on the eve of

Controversial Islamic Center Imam Returns To U.S.

NY1 News 1 September 2010
The imam behind a proposed Islamic center near the World Trade Center is returning home from an overseas trip intended to promote religious tolerance. Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf is on his way back to

Denmark: Is Islam a problem for social cohesion?

Islam in Europe 1 September 2010
A couple of weeks ago I posted an article about a poll conducted in Denmark for Jyllands-Posten. One of the questions was "to what degree do you see the presence of Islam in Denmark as a problem for

German-Turkish author to face robbery, homicide charges in Turkey

Earthtimes 1 September 2010
An Istanbul prosecutor has prepared a complaint charging Dogan Akhanli, a German author of Turkish descent, with robbery and homicide, Akhanli's lawyer said on Wednesday in the Turkish